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Lincoln SA-200


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Old 11-08-2007, 07:57 PM
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newbie to your board, This is the greatest forum I have ever been on, this is just really cool!!!!!!!!!! does any one have some pics of a early lincoln sa200
welder, a 1947 short hood is what I have and need to see how the air intake was ran and how the vacum idler was attached any help would be great thanks
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Go to Lincoln's website it is all there.
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Do you mean in the operators manual because I've looked there and have one, but the air cleaner it shows is right on the carb and this one is on the other side of the machine thanks..jack
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thanks I found a another manual with just that in it thanks jack
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Default Re: Lincoln SA-200

hello I am currently run a 52 lincoln "short hood" and I took all the vac equip. off and I may still have the bellowes and my have factory vac. line if interstd con tac me here.
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Default Re: Lincoln SA-200

I have a couple of Short Hood SA 200's I'm working on. I too would like to get some orginal photos to check a few things by. Did you get any photos? Thanks
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Default Re: Lincoln SA-200

If you have a code number on your welder tag or it is also stamped on the generator barrel in front of where the starter is on engine. Enter that at Lincoln and will give you correct manuals for it. IM-114-C covers the short hood but lacking on any pics. IM-117-B covers the bellows type idlers. IM-127 also covers short hoods and shows some pics on linkages and more service info. IM-179-G covers gasoline engine adjustment for carburetor, timing, governor & vacuum idler. IM-179-G.1 covers vacuum R57 idlers. IM-277-A covers the electronic idler adjustments.

http://www.mylincolnelectric.com/Cat...ualsearch.aspx

http://content.lincolnelectric.com/p...m/obsomenu.pdf
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